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Analysis tool for food fraud prevention

2016-07-22

The latest issue of the free AENOR magazine is now available.

Food Fraud Prevention: Food fraud is the deliberate and intentional aim to deceive the consumer, even when there is no danger to the health. Learn about the most frequent types of fraud and the work of AENORlaboratorio to detect them.

Increased security for minors on Internet: 60% of minors between 9 and 16 years old connect to Internet every day. The UNE-CEN/TS 16080 permits the assessment and comparison of Internet content filters, more commonly known as parental control solutions.

The European Commission works to ensure that Standardisation plays a fundamental role in the single market. The Joint Initiative on Standardisation has recently been supported by the European industry sector, SMEs, Governments of EU Member States and European standardisation bodies.

Towards a European framework of ICT professionals: the European standard EN 16234-1 establishes 40 professional skills required in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. It is aimed at facilitating the mobility and selection processes for these professionals in the EU.

AENOR presents its first progress report with the measures adopted in compliance with the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact, to which it is adhered. Human rights, labour standards, the environment, and anti-corruption are some fields in which the Company has worked.

AENOR has issued the first conformity certificates for fire protection equipment in accordance with the Marine Equipment Directive.

Practical cases: Lidl España and INESCOP Innovation and Technology Centre.

Standards in our lives: Mediterranean diet

Standardisation in action: industrial equipment and pressure equipment


 

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